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Could This $2.6 Trillion Company Still Have Room to Grow?

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  • AAPL

With a market cap of more than $2.6 trillion, Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) might not seem like a great candidate to deliver market-beating performance over the coming years. Danny Vena: Apple was the first company to cross a $1 trillion market cap, another company that really needs a little introduction. A couple of things that I would like to point out about Apple.